You can now experience what it’s like to be a struggling artist without quitting your day job. In Passpartout, a new interactive art game created by Flamebait Games, users toil away on virtual paintings and attempt to sell them. The art gallery simulator is as simple as messing around in Microsoft Paint, with some added business savvy: price the painting too high and nobody will buy it, price it too low and you won’t be able to pay your work expenses. My expenses, including rent, food, wine, and union fees, came to €633 ($694) in a week. The goal of the game is to stay afloat as an artist by selling your paintings for more than your costs, as you ascend to higher levels of fame.